Contact: Kevin Langin, 402-602-3541
Release Date: April 23, 2019
- Report Highlights Impact of Community Partners, Customers and Employees -
OMAHA, Neb. April 23, 2019 - First National Bank of Omaha today released its 2018 “First in the Community” Impact Report, which summarizes the bank’s philanthropic investments and highlights the positive impacts that the bank’s employees and community partners were able to achieve. The report outlines First National Bank of Omaha’s community vision—built around its eight interconnected assets of a successful community—and showcases its 2018 investments and outcomes throughout the bank’s seven-state footprint. In addition, the report provides highlights of employee giving and volunteerism.
“Our community investments are guided by our vision to have successful communities in all the places we call home. To achieve that vision, and to continuously feed the cycle of success, we align our investments with organizations who are working to improve what we’ve identified as the interconnected assets of a strong community–economic development, stable housing, neighborhood revitalization, an educated workforce, community cohesion, access to culture, sustained environment and good health,” said Alec Gorynski, Vice President, Community Development and Corporate Philanthropy.
In 2016, First National Bank made a commitment to reinvest $85 million and 100,000 volunteer hours in the communities it serves by 2020–a goal that the bank is on pace to exceed. In 2018 alone, First National Bank of Omaha reinvested $28 million back into its communities. These investments included:
To read the full report, visit: 2018 "First in the Community" Impact Report.